I am a professional Web Designer & Developer. I work with HTML, XHTML and CSS every day, and would be glad to help with your problems, and answer your questions.
Experience in the area I have been a web designer/developer since 1997. I started developing websites with HTML 3.2 and using tables for layout. In 2006 I received my degree in Computational Media, and now work full time as a Webmaster and Interactive Media Author, as well as teaching continuing education courses on HTML, CSS and ActionScripting at my local college. Currently I design with XHTML and CSS - no tables and much cleaner and more accessible code and allows the designer more freedom and flexibility than tables.
New Media Production & Design Degree - SAIT Polytechnic
The web has always fascinated me. Websites are so dynamic, and no two are alike. Every site has a unique user base and a unique purpose. Developing websites is a rewarding challenge.
The wonderful thing about the web is there is always new technology, and always something new to learn to stay ahead of the curve. I am currently interested in XML and mobile technology.
The oldest HTML document on the World Wide Web today is from November 15, 1990.
Many experts agree that tables and frames are NOT the proper way to layout a page. CSS and XHTML should be used. Tables are meant for tabular data only.
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You can't have a website grab an image from your harddrive, as the web browser has no way to be able to see into your harddrive, for security reasons. If you have a website, you can upload your image
Hi Bob, You want to mark up your page semantically, so the structure makes sense. I don't know what the phrase 'Dark Poems' is to the paragraphs, so it's tough to say. If you think of a book, the
Everyone learns differently, so what I might think is the easiest might not work best for you. That said, a few resources I suggest: Lynda.com - Not free, but their video tutorials are an excellent
What do you mean by comparing them?